There’s a story told about a lone cowboy who went to an evening service at a little country church up in Montana. There was a snowstorm and the only two people who showed up were the preacher and the cowboy. They waited and waited.
Finally the preacher said, "Well, I guess we might as well go on home, it doesn't look like anyone else is going to show up."
The cowboy responded, "Now preacher, when I go out to feed cattle, and only one cow shows up, I still feed her!"
The preacher said "Okay," and proceeded to preach an hour-long sermon.
After it was over the cowboy said, "Preacher, that was a good sermon, but you know, when I feed cattle, and only one cow shows up, I don’t give her the whole load!"
At Sunday school they were teaching how God created everything, including human beings. Little Johnny seemed especially intent when they told him how Eve was created out of one of Adam's ribs.
Later that day his mother noticed him lying down, curled up on the floor as though he were ill. She said, "Johnny, what is the matter?"
Little Johnny responded, "I have a pain in my side. I think I'm gonna have a wife!"
A Catholic Priest, a Protestant Minister, and a Jewish Rabbi were fishing one day. The Priest and the Minister got into a deep discussion as to when life truly begins.
The Priest said that life is eternal, even before one is born into this world. The Minister disagreed and claimed life can only truly begin once a person is actually born into this world.
The two debated this for some time. Finally, the Rabbi spoke up and said, "My brothers, you have it all wrong. True life can only begin when the kids graduate collage and move out of the house."